ARTs + Change Virtual Conference
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As we all know, the classical music industry was dominated on a perspective of European and male for centuries. In order to be more representative and inclusive nowadays, we need to invite a diverse of representations to take the music realm. This presentation will introduce two Asian composers: Chen Yi and Satoko Fujii, who were influenced by various culture backgrounds in different countries. By suffering through culture revolutions and political pressures, Chen Yi and Satoko Fujii represent their music with unique philosophical concepts and ideas. As Asian female composers, they challenge the classical music industry with distinctive works and develop different perspectives for the future generations.

RongLu Tang is a Chinese pianist, who has performed solo and chamber music across Asia and United States. Recently, she was awarded the first prize of Memphis international piano festival and competition, the first prize of Fuchs chamber Competition in Manhattan School of music; the first prize in the music competition held by Russian embassy and the fifth prize of national piano competition in China…She received 2 years of full scholarship from Chautauqua piano program, master class experiences with Jerome Lowenthal, Alexander Gavrylyuk, Jon Nakamatsu and Lisa Moore. RongLu Tang finished her BM in Manhatan School of Music with Dr. Marc Silverman from year of 2013-2017 and Master of Music with Professor Natalya Antonova in Eastman School of Music. Currently, RongLu Tang is working with Professor Awadagin Pratt for her Doctoral of Musical Arts program in Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and cognate in Business Foundation program in University of Cincinnati.

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